Black love is never cancelled.
And who knows that better than Jezebel writer-director Numa Perrier, who recently married her beau of three years, Gabrey Milner (son of the late great playwright Ron Milner) on a small rooftop in downtown LA, with a drive-in movie reception to follow.
“TEN TEN TWENTY TWENTY, a love story,” she shared via Instagram.
The date they ultimately chose—October 10, 2020—held a special place in their hearts. It marked three years exactly to the day of their first date. But when the coronavirus pandemic dashed their plans, they were determined to still celebrate joy and love. And that’s exactly what they did — while inspiring us all in the process.
Perrier rose to fame for her film Jezebel, which chronicles her experience in the adult industry and the ownership of Black women’s